Got my 97 done finally
I got my 97 Martin done finally. I had Hanover hydrographics do this awesome skull job. I want to say that after the first dip, supposedly the backside of one limb was more glossy than the other. Jeff contacted me and was upfront and honest about it and asked me if I wanted it redone at the expense of an extra 4-5 days of getting it back. I appreciate his honesty. I of course said I wanted it done right so he gladly redid it for me. The strings and cables are by Hutch and Son archery. Both jobs are done fantastically and this thing shoots as nice as it always has.
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Wow I'd say that bow is well done! They did a great job dipping it. Nothing like a new old bow. Now you can concentrate on shooting it.
That looks pretty good...............:cool:
Question.....I decided i wasn't gonna install a string stop. So with the new technology out there.....dollar for dollar, what is the best silencing devices on the market that don't rob too much speed? I kinda like the rubber X things that are in my new martin strings and cables. Before I tore this bow down I had limb savers stuck to each limb below each fork, and small limb savers on the sight and bow quiver ect. I also had a string leach in each end of the string. Do those items work as well as whatever is on the market nowadays? I had installed them 7 years ago. I will buy more if so. This bow is loud right now with nothing on it to silence anything.
Epic looking bow ...A zobie killer for sure ....I think black and white cat wiskers on the string would look cool.and work well .Also, Bow jacks look good as well...just not sure how well they work..
The Xfactor limbfactors are what I use. They don't stick on they clip on and they do the job. I bought them for the reason that if I had to replace the limbs I didn't have to deal with peeling them off. The string products are what martin is using in some bows
Nice Hutch. Do the limb ones split to go around the limbs or do you have to strip the cams off and slide them over?
Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery
Wrap and clip and you are all set I have been using them for 2 years and I am well pleased. No disassembling required. No stickies required